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Jul 26

How To Develop An Elevator Pitch

July 26, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm


Developing a short pitch helps refine your proposition and boost your confidence. It’s something you can use when you meet potential clients, team members or investors – or if you’re just trying to explain what you do to your aunt.

Do you ever find yourself hesitating or lacking confidence when you need to talk about your business? It’s your passion and that means it’s hard to explain everything you do in a succinct manner.

Developing a pitch can really help.

Chris Goodfellow is the founder of The Pitch, a free competition that helps business owners create a kick-ass pitch and gives them a platform to use it. Their team helps hundreds of entrepreneurs every year and has seen thousands of pitches.In this Lunch and Learn, Chris will explain how to develop your pitch and talk about what you do with confidence. It’ll also be really helpful for anyone that’s looking to get investments or enter startup competitions.

Join this free webinar to learn:

1. How to create a 90-second pitch

2. Distilling what you do into a single sentence

3. Creating social proof that can build trust

4. The role of pitching in getting investment


Please send any questions you’d like Chris to answer during the webinar to events@enterprisenation.com.

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